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    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in SAP products where things like cross-site scripting (xss) and server side request forgery open up access points through which a hacker can compromise the systems and it's data. These vulnerabilities have been patched in SAP Security Patch Day – July 2020 and it is strongly advised to make that update as soon as possible.
      SYSTEMS AFFECTED:
      Multiple Vulnerabilities in SAP NetWeaver AS JAVA (LM Configuration Wizard) (CVE-2020-6286). Security updates for the browser control Google Chromium delivered with SAP Business Client Information Disclosure in SAP NetWeaver (XMLToolkit for Java) (CVE-2020-6285). Multiple vulnerabilities in SAP Disclosure Management (CVE-2020-6267). Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in SAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform(BI Launch pad) (CVE-2020-6281). Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in SAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform(Bipodata) (CVE-2020-6276). Server-Side Request Forgery in SAP NetWeaver AS JAVA (IIOP service) (CVE-2020-6282). Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in SAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform (BI Launchpad and CMC) (CVE-2020-6278). Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform (Web Intelligence HTML interface) (CVE-2020-6222). Information Disclosure in SAP NetWeaver (ABAP Server) and ABAP Platform (CVE-2020-6280).
    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      The design for Stadium was done by a design agency, but I was asked to do the design for the Checkout and My Pages. Based on the overall design I created the design for these sections according to the best practices and personal experiences I had regarding design for conversion (CRO).

      After the project I did a second round of optimizations based on findings since the first design. This was specially requested by Stadium and I did it on top of my normal work because of this.
    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      I was the team lead for the front end development team doing the redesign of all H&M brands on the new Hybris platform.

      Working with H&M we needed to build a new way of working within Accenture as we had 3 companies that had never worked together before: Fjord, Brightstep and Accenture Italy. I built a completely new delivery workflow from design to frontend and then to backend in Jira and Confluence. In total I spent over 500 hours building and training the teams with great result. This was extra difficult due to the fact that we built design for 6 brands and one was under NDA and not open to Fjord for one of the projects.

      We also built a pattern library so we could work according to atomic design for both development and design. This was accompanied by a delivery pipeline to the backend team for a very smooth development process.
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